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Bowen House -- 842 North 29th Street
One of 12 buildings on the Historic Concordia Neighbors 2018 Home Tour
Saturday, June 16th, 2018 at 11am-5pm

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Art Connection

Works of Beth Sahagian-Alsopp and Ed Sahagian-Alsopp, resident artists, are featured plus painting and photography on loan from three Wisconsin artists: Nova Czarnecki, Daniel Stauff and Todd Groskopf. There will also be a costumed live drawing session.

About the House

Built in 1898, this house was registered in the neighborhood historic survey in 1984 as the house of M.P. Bowen and Rose R. Bowen, his wife. Prominent Milwaukee architects, Crane & Barkhausen, designed this gracious Queen Anne. There are several other notable homes in the neighborhood by Crane & Barkhausen including the Schuster Mansion, also on the tour this year. J. Leen Houts and Chas Krouse are listed as the builders.

The property was once owned by Erastus B Wolcott, the civil war surgeon general of Wisconsin, and his wife, Jane Wolcott, the first female physician in Milwaukee County. A newly restored 1920 historic bronze monument to Erastus stands proudly in Lake Park.

Featured as the 2018 HCNI Tour Home for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Sahagian-Allsopp’s have made this their home since 1998. Beth is a sculptor working in various media and Ed photographs nature and the local urban landscape. Beth is a partner in Vanguard Sculpture Services where they oversee the production of fine art bronze casting and the restoration of public monuments and museum objects.

About the Tour

When: Saturday, June 16th, 2018 11AM to 5PM
Where: Tour headquarters is the Wgechda Building, Potawatomi Campus, N 33rd St & W Kilbourn Ave
Cost: $17 in advance. $20 day of event.
Phone: 414.459.9375     Website:  www.hcni.org